Transportation Infrastructure

The Department of Transportation was asked to identify programs that provide funding for transportation infrastructure, defined as physical assets used for transportation, that tend to be expensive, and that have moderate to long useful life-cycles. Examples of such assets include highways, bridges, tunnels, fixed rail guideway, transit stations, rolling stock, airports, runways, and ports. Funding was to be identified as amounts reportable on Schedule C lines 1313 and 1314 for construction and rehabilitation in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-11.

The number of programs and/or funding amounts for programs reported for this category were different than expected.  Some of the discrepancies were driven by difficulties identifying programs as defined by the pilot and determining what portion of total investments of programs fall under this category.

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